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    November 10, 2012
    7:00 - 10:00am PST  

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>> the top story for saturday november 10th. police are looking for a man
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who may have killed his wife. >> gas prices continue to go down and we will look at the gas prices around the region. >> we have a look at snow and ski conditions. >> it is clear and cloudy around the bay. there are some snow and frost advisories. >> it has been a really cool start for the morning. we are expecting a mild day and a highs will only get in the '50s. it will be clear in chile into the evening hours. there is a frost advisory for the north bay mountain area. if this will
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be an affect to the 8:00 a.m. hour. it is mid 30's for fairfield it is 48 degrees and--it will not warm to much it will mostly be in the '50s and '60s. 58 degrees for oakland and 60 degrees expected for loss gatos. it will be 60 degrees for napa and upper 50s for sampras's call.san francisco. >> san jose police are looking for a man who is suspected for killing his wife and fleeing the scene. he is 50 years old and they stated that they receive a 911 call from home. officers found the victim on the
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floor and paramedics pronounced her dead. he may be driving a vehicle--this is their first homicide of the year. >> oakland police is looking for a suspect who killed a teenage boy. police found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds and he died on the same. so far no suspects have been identified. >> oakland officials would like to stop the federal government to take over the police department. oakland officials have filed legal papers as stated that this move was inappropriate. >> attorneys have filed for a federal takeover because they stated that the city is taking too long to prevent officer misconduct. oakland city o's attorney stated that
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it would be inappropriate to bring in an outsider to run an entire department. >> we are ready to step up. we will make sure that we will complete this. >> the city wants to create two positions within the department. a compliance director and an assistant chief. >> he will be at high level person that will be committed to working towards compliance. the compliance director would be assured record's that everything is going properly. >> this is not good enough. he has called for the federal takeover after waiting more than nine years for full compliance. he stated that there has been a lot will many statements but
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the end of the day they have not got it done. was this officer has full authority including the chief it is unacceptable. >> both sides will make their arguments before a federal judge and the hearing is scheduled for december 13th. the judge will make a decision or he will roll at a later date. >> a fremont committee is on alert after a suspicious person confronted a 15 year- old girl. they stated that this girl was on her with a school in fremont and a man tried to lure her into his vehicle. this is the fifth time this has happened to the same girl in the past month. the man is described as an asian male in his early 20s with a heavy built. he was driving a big 1990 chevy suburban carried one parent stated that this is not the first time that
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they have heard are strangers in the area. >> i always tell my children to make sure they are aware of their surroundings. a lot of parents are dropping their children off--this has been happening a lot and this happened to my children. >> a letter alerting the committee about the stranger to danger was sent to the school districts. >> here is a kron 4 crime tracker. there has been a string of burglaries in the city of san mateo. they're happening between kiley points and highway 92. police are not giving us more locations because this is a area where the burglaries are occurring and police are stating that there happening on the day. >> walnut creek police are
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investigating a kidnapping that involves a pg&e worker. she was leaving her business. two men came up to her and forced her inside of her car. if they made her drive to different atms where they attempted to get money from her. they then dropped off in oakland hills. an older door pickup truck was seen leaving the area. pg&e officials stated that they have added more secure it to their parking lots. >> twill take a another live look outside. this is the golden gate bridge but this deeit still looks nice out.
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>> this a general has resigned from the cia director. he sent a letter to his colleagues this stated that he was involved in an extramarital affair. he stated that this was unacceptable for a husband and for a leader of the cia. he is a retired u.s. general was sworn in as head the cia and september of last year. >> members of the navy seal team that took down osama bin liven are being reprimanded. if they have been punished for their involvement in this war team building. their release this
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video game medal of honor and the navy stated that one involved in the been allotted raid shared classified information with the video game maker. this was created with the help of navy seals. the navy stated that if we do not tolerate deviations from the policies that govern who we are. this sends a clear message to rot are forced that we are and we will be held to a high standard of accountability. all the sales sign disclosures and they each were giving written reprimand and a partial loss of pavement. these are career killers because promotions are not given--
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the company will release the video than stated that they're not pulling the game off store shelves and they are not altering the game. >> fresh noes and the sierra and we will bring you the conditions. >> no snow is here. there is a little bit of traffic. there are some frost advisories and it is a very cold day. we will be right back. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was.
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and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible.
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will reopen about 330 this afternoon. that will be open all day tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.. >> some road hazards may be in the way. >> after almost 20 years of snow fall. they are starting to clear but there's still fresh powder on rose. this is a shot along the interstate 80 and there is still a lot of snow on the side of the road. this shot as of friday afternoon and there are still roadway conditions. all 80s need to be for will drive or carrying chains. trucks are being checked for change east a applegate. as for the ski conditions we are still two weeks away from banks giving and it looks like the season may be off to a good start. >> this is video-cherished their recording 9 in. of
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snow periods they are also making snow and this this video from this ski resort and this is from friday morning as well. they are reporting that 39 in. of snow have felt in the last 48 hours. if the weather cooperates most of the steep results will be opened before thanksgiving or the first week of december. >> we are taking a live look outside. look at the beautiful sun rise and it's a beautiful day outside. >> it was a cold morning and we see snow and the ce error what about the bay area? >> we did see a dusting but not really into the weekend. snow skiing on these mountains. >> you can see that there is
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still snow fall in the sierra and as per our era the snow will remain off snow. we are in the clear. there are patchy clouds outside and is still is a gorgeous start. is really cold and there is a frost advisory. this is in place for tomorrow. it will be a little bit warmer as we start next week. we do have showers for mitt week. >>d week. >> your temperatures are only 30 degrees right now and san francisco. about low to mid-40s for the south bay right now. by about 10:00 a.m. we are expecting a wide spread of 50s. there may be 60's by noon time. for those
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of you had it out this afternoon will be a number myriaa another cold one. mid-50s for have moon bay and into the north but we are expecting more 60s. there will be a want star for a week but showers are headed our way. >> one of the longest serving journalist spent 20 years at kron 4 and 50 years of total of the bay area. she is hanging up her microphone. she is retiring from pbs station. she is the first african-american woman to report the news on the west coast. they said die with her and had a conversation with her. n
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>> what do you love from working in the bay area? >> because the bay area loves me back. >> when i started in the business i was often asked to lead news conference. i was mistaken for a domestic irony one month. i work with people sometime who did not want to work on the street with me and these were photographers. they were not yet ready to deal with a mixed-race couple. your gender moments, journalistic moments are all part will make you your. 1964 there was ephemeris convention in modern times. this was for black radio. this was totally a segregated media
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market. president eisenhower says something and the news media were the only people were standing up. this scared everyone else into silence. they came after my news director and they started throwing things at us. whenever you are in a mob scene i did not even know if the guards would respond. i knew i had to survive this and biedermanin th. all of the various ethnic studies and an all out of this came the women's movement. the media was so important to tell america about the changes that were taken place for women. i
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never doubted that i was i do what i should be doing. the trip to africa gave me a new level of journalism. to go to kenya after the bombing and to be the only american journalist in that city door the aftermath. this was so important and there are thousands of people were injured. there were people who were in a hospital and they needed things. we had to be the ones to go there to tell the world about it. i can go on the road and tell the marble of the human beings who do show a lot of caring. there are so many things that are watched happened that i thought while! and you just
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say to yourself that you are lucky to be here. >> if she has been married to a bill more for 49 years and what she is retiring she will continue her community work. she will have a celebration in february to honor her many contributions to the bay area. >> still to come there is a another arrest and a vandalism that occurred on the giants celebration. >> the san mateo bridge outside is showing brisk conditions. we will be right back.
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involved in the giant celebration. this man was arrested he is accused of using netscape or to break the window of a minibus. this bus was letterset on fire and destroyed as you can see in this video. police stated that they're looking for more suspects were responsible for damaging the bus. they estimate that the damage is about $1 million. this arrest comes just after they arrested one other suspect for torching the bus. he is 19 years old. he was arrested on wednesday and he destroyed a--all these charges are felonies. the first arrested this man for a felony lose in a barricade to smash the windows of a minibus. he has pleaded not guilty. this video
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circulated on social media sites and then he turned itself into police. >> still to come. president obama has issued remarks against the fiscal cliff. >> san jose and the south bay. the forecast is straight ahead.
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>> we are back and it is 7:30 a.m.. we have right skies outside and there are some frost advisories in the bay area. >> this is the view from golden gate bridge. this is a gorgeous start for the morning but it is very cold outside. a lot areas are starting out below freezing. that afternoon should be mostly clear skies and for the evening it should be clear in chile. >>and chile.
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>hilly. >> it is 44 in hayward and cover for is for redwood city. the afternoon would be the upper 50s for the east bay shore. the north bay was a slightly warmer conditions and it won't be in the low 60's. 61 degrees for napa and 61 degrees for santa rosa. we do have more showers. >> this is a good deal about gas prices. the gas prices continue to go down. issing said several weeks ago we were talking about the price is going up. this is great
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news. >> the price just kept going up a few weeks ago but in san bruno these prices are easier for drivers to manage. this particular gas station has there gets a slight higher. just a couple months ago we saw $4.70 for a gallon. let me show you now how much relief you are seeing. san francisco is said prices fall 73¢ over the last month. san jose has had a similar drop of 72¢. oakland is in the largest drop and they are down 80¢ over the past month. i spoke with a few drivers this morning and they stated that this is a huge relief. >> this also depends on what you drive. you could save eight to $12 on a attack the gas and this can
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go toward other things. just as we get when the price is contagious stor continued to sp >> consumers continue to count their pennies and this is very good that they do not have to spend on gas. >> new for you saturday morning president obama is sticking to his guns. he stated that he will not accept a plan to avoid the fiscal cliff. and his weekly meeting address he stated that in order to reduce the deficit congress needs to combine spending cuts with spending rebels. and this means asking the wealthy to spend more in taxes. >> i am open to compromise with no ideas. but i refuse to except reports that is
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not balanced. one asks students seniors or middle- class families to pay down the entire deficit what people making over too much and $50,000 a year are asking not to pay much in taxes. this was a central question of the election on tuesday we found out that more of the americans agree with my approach. democrats, independents and republicans. >> congress should not raise taxes on americans and they should just focus on closing tax loopholes. the president is expected to meet with congressional leaders next week. >> working toward solving the fiscal issues facing the country is not going to be pretty. >> the u.s. is an a situation with the choices are not beautiful. >> they would be really hard
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headed if they did not come to an agreement. >> the president and congress cannot let us fall off the cliff. they could let it go with that will have a recession and higher rates of unemployment. the only positive light is that the deficit will go down. >> what they're saying is that they do not come to an agreement bin we are so strong about our policies that we don't care whether not go into a recession. will rather go in a recession that a compromise. >> the goal here is a bargain. they should make money-saving changes. the fund is are over and no one likes these choices but you have to do it. it is time for us to get our finances in order. >> we have 53 days to figure this out.
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>> a jet blue pilot is free after he lost control of one of his flights. he had forced an emergency landing in march. he stormed out of the cockpit and he started screaming about how qaeda and claim that the plan was going down. " pye down. a colty at had to land the flight. he is not able to fly a another plant again. they claimed that to the airline knew this man was not medically fit to fly. >> a dozen of people are injured after a series and city was-spanish >> the traffic is very slow
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>> and as pollution that happened in syrrian has injured a dozen troops. they stated that the blast was due to suicide bombers. the explosion was through that fresh >> a vatican court convicted a computer technician whole --he was found guilty of helping someone will took papers and the former butler is serving a 18 month prison sentence and he only
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received two months. >> new york residents are becoming frustrated about the cleanup efforts. we will take a live look outside. >> it is a little breezy and there is cloud cover. we're still expected a beautiful but cold day. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. oh, did you want it? yea we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half that's not half!
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guys, i have more! thanks mom [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin too bad the guys aren't here we're clear. ok, swarm! swarm! hello [ female announcer ] pillsbury chocolate chip cookies. let the making begin line reality is starting to sink and for many new york residents. they are realizing that the cleanup after the storm is taking much longer in certain areas. >> do you want to hear what i have to say or not? >> anger and frustrations are still happening after 12 days after sandy hit. >> i do not have lied on for my children i have no power,
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heat or the guard has not been picked up. >> they still cannot stand to get the electricity back. >> new york's governor has threatened to pull the governor's operating license. we paid them and gave him a franchise as experts at doing this. they still have failed and they should be held accountable for their failure. >> this church is volunteering to serve hot meals. many left before sunset and the trends are still not running. one woman told us that it feels like martial law here. people are just bolted inside their homes. >> there's no power no light and you can hardly see in front of you. usually you try to get in before the sun goes down. >> this registered nurse is crammed into his living room and he shares with three other people. if someone
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comes in here and take the little that have left with guns. it is like, getting. they just forgot about us. how are we supposed to survive. >> the bay bridge approach shows that the traffic seems to be moving. otherwise it is quite beautiful. >> this is satellite and radar data showing that there's still snow fog coming out in the sierra. it looks like most of the moisture has passed out of our area. this is a beautiful star for the morning. if is a cool start for the morning however there are a few frost advisories. it looks like we will start off the work week with a little bit of a warm-
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up. by mid week we do have another round of showers heading our way. >> as for the delta it will be extended until tomorrow at o'clock a.m.. >> it is one of 30 degrees and santa rosa and is just two degrees below freezing. 34 degree is in vallejo. at mid 40's is currently in hayward. this is showing you on future cast 4. we go to 10:00 a.m. it went to the '50s by noon time. for those of you who are heading out this evening it will be a another call. you should bring a jacket. cleanup these numbers it looks like will be low 60's for the north bay. your 7 day a around the bay forecast shows you that it will warm-
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up just a little bit and then cooler temperatures will be coming. >> we now know the of the ability of adult raiders running back. just five games into the season the lakers fired coach brown carry i. >> the laker day which began with mike brown being shown the door. if this is the third quickest exit. after five games this is see him later. they lost every exhibition game and probably more to the point. expectations are always sky- high and loss angeles and they are charging this much money for a courtside seat you better not have kobe bryant looking like this. was kobe looked at him this way you have to figure this
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was it. brown is out. they gave him $11 million and they told him here's a rest of your contract you can go away. there's no word yet to their next head coach would be. >> the warriors were their opponent and his shooting was very erratic. brian went to work here and they hung on for about three-quarters and there were only down by five points. kobe bryant went to work and he had 27 points and nine rebounds and seven assists. this is why he did give people the stare when you are the boss. he is in his 17th season with los angeles. 101 to 77 the lakers win. >> the lakers fired mike brown and 1. >> and johnny dawkins of
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all-american at duke. their players here we go. they have 35, 33. he delivers and they played this thing at the oakland coliseum. it was pretty tough and there were a lot in pcs. stanford won 74 to 62. >> the raiders are playing baltimore on sunday and that will be ouwithout the running back. he will not play. the 49ers are only plane they're only set to examine 23 days.
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there are catching dirhams at a time when st. louis loss 45 to the patriots and they have lost three and a wall as sampras's or as we speasan francisco as we speak. there will be were all w well r. >> it is an improved team and it seems like they are doing a pretty good job. >> how come everytime jim talks you always come out and say oh my god! >> he is a great coach and is just that if you have this weird dynamics then you fought are forced tops of this what you did. 10 years after the first competition of the bay area--
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>> you're looking at a past event and it consists of 36 fans who are launching their homemade flying machines. they will be plunging into the cold water and there will be celebrity who will state won. the gates open at 11:00 a.m.. it will be cool out there. >> and they're trying to reinvent their white brothers.wright brothers. >> we have been keeping an eye on the golden gate bridge. the picture has not changed it is looking lovely out there.
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>> bonded is back in skies fall. after convincing people that he was dead he have to convince people that he is alive and he has not lost his edge. the >> loyalty will be contested and the stakes have not ever been higher. daniel credit will be the one playing the role. it is rated pg-13 the director steven spielberg is taking people back in time. this is a battle with personal instincts and his cabinet. this is set near the civil war. this is one of one of the nation's most divisive time. and this is
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due to the emancipation of slaves. this is garden sally field and that stashed this is rated pg-13. >> coming up on kron 4 news we can. gas prices are on the decline. there is also fresh snow that is bringing disturbing conditions. >> this view is from my camera and it is very clear due to the breeze. the forecast will be coming up in just a minute.
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>> hello welcome back to
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our second hour of news. >> at war hero will be resigning. >> snow means skiing. >> i have 2 movies to tell you about. lincoln and james bond. >> i will be talk about these 2 movies plus we have an artist who makes the condo, alive. this will be and will will be talking to girl scouts. >> we have been talking about cold and chris webber. it nice anchris sky east crpisp
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>>risp skiies. >> it is 33 in santa rosa and upper 40's in san francisco. it is 52 degrees in oakland. we will not warm-up to much this morning. it will be a chilly afternoon as well. about mid '50s for the coast and slightly warmer for the north bay. 61 degrees for napa and 60 degrees for santa rosa. we do have more showers heading our way. >> new this morning oakland
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police are investigatingt killea teenage boy. the shooting happened just after 7:00 p.m.. police found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds and he died of the same. so far they have no suspects. >> san jose police are looking for a man suspected of killing a woman and then fleeing the scene. they identified the suspect and this may be her husband they stated that they received in 911 call from home and they found the victim on the floor. paramedics pronounced her dead as well on the same. the husband may be driving a silver summerall. this is a there- stashed >> a fremont community is on alert after a suspicious person has been approaching children. if this is not the first time this has happened. she was on her way the school when a man tried
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to lure her into his car. this is the fifth time that this has happened to this chamber. the suspect is described as an aging man in his early 20s with a heavy built. he has short dark hair. he was last seen driving a white chevrolet suburban. one parent stated that this is not the first time they've heard are strangers in the neighborhood. >> i always tell my children to be careful of their surroundings. you just never know. >> this has been happening a lot here. this happened to one of my children in junior high. >> a letter alerting the community about the stranger danger incident was sent to parents in the fremont school district. >> walnut creek police are investigating a kidnapping that involve the pg&e worker. this 57 year-old woman was taken as she was leaving her job. to make
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payment to her forced her into her own car and they had heard drive around to different atms where they tried to get money from her. eventually they dropped off and oakland hills. an older dark pickup truck was seen leaving the area. pg and e stated that they have had more security to the parking lot and have notified the other employees about the incident. they're hoping to find information on their surveillance video to find the suspects. >> gas prices are run the bay area continue to drop. he has more information on this downward trend. to climb if you are looking to a phillip your gas for the three that we can these prices are a lot easier to look at. this particular station in san bruno is charging a little more less than what you can find around the bay area. if you feel the released once in the past several months you
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felt the pinch at the pump. the prices soared to $4.70 for a gallon of regular unleaded gas. i will show you just how much they have dropped over the past month. if you're in san francisco you are paying at least about 70 percent less. san jose is paint similar as 72¢ a drop. oakland has in the biggest and they're down by 80¢. this is all according to aaa. what is helping fill the drop is that the winter bland gasoline is what allowed the gas stations are switching to. >> i can probably use this for going to the movies a lot more and you can probably use it for things such have to do for work. >> a big drop over the past month and as we-best drivers
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across the they will keep a close eye on just how far they actually drop. >> with the banks giving holiday of christmas right behind it a lot of people are looking toward the town. >> still to come to will talk to a spokesman from a ski resort. >>
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>> it is beginning to look lot like winter. we have a lot of ski resort owners celebrating. in fact some of them got a lease about 8 in. of snow overnight. >> you all must be dancing a jig out there. how is it
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going? >> it is going great. we have over 2 ft. of snow within the past 48 hours and it is just beautiful. all the trees are covered and it is truly a winter wonderland. to >> tell us about our sexual be open. >the hours that you will be open. >> we are using these temperatures to decide. >> is this early in the season? >> it is not too early in the season. this is right on schedule but it is a really great start. wade got 3 ft. a few weeks ago and this + snow making will give us a good start. >> what to do you have
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available in terms of ski runs and snow boarders. >> we joined forces last year and we have 43 trails and this is a lot of space. we have snow mobiles for children and cross country skiing. we have ice skating on the top of the mountains. you cannot have to be a skier to come out and enjoy this area. >> we talked to wanted a man who stated that it was epic and we have not forgotten this sense. compared to last year are you expecting a great snow season? >> what most people are saying is that it should be a really great winter. for
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tacos this is a lot of snow and blue skies. especially now with the winter starting off now we are really optimistic that it will be a great season. >> thank you for joining us. >> ♪
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>> we're back is 8:15 a.m.. >> we are stuck on this picture because it is so pretty outside. we are expecting a beautiful holiday weekend. >> this is beautiful and it is cold outside. it is at cole's start for the morning and we did have a frost advisory. tomorrow will be in the course start with afternoon sunshine. it will bear a warm start till next
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weekend and that can change. we do have showers on the way for mitt weekendmid-week. ar right now it is pretty chilly. santa rosa is just sitting at 33 degrees. is 39 degrees in vallejo. have no moon bay is mormon up periods as we check the temperature drop the day futurecast 4 shows and at noon time will see a mixed bag of 50s and 60s for the north bay. for those real or heading out this evening it will be a cool evening and you should bring a jacket. the temperatures will be dropping down to the 40's. it looks like lolow 60's for the north bay. mid-50s along the coast. >> they is warmer gradually
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as we head into the beginning of the next work week. we do have another round showers for mitt week. >> back to the news this morning san francisco police have made its third arrest in connection to the giants world series celebration. they stated that this man at 24 year-old from oakland was arrested friday in lafayette. he is accused of using a skate board to break the windows of a muni bus. that bus was later set on fire and destroyed. as you can see this video police that they're looking for more suspects who are responsible for damaging this bus. the estimation is close to $1 million. the arrest friday comes just days after they're arrested a tenement on wednesday. he destroyed a passenger transit vehicle and all of
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these charges are felonies. the first are rest of the first german after he used a barricade to smash the window. he has pleaded not guilty and he was found after this fall was issued and is circulated on social media sites. he then turned to 7 to police. >> residence and treasure island are upset about what seems to be constant power outages. they stated that their power has gone out 40 times. and the most recent outage lasted about five hours. the people will stay here say they're fed up and that once something to be done to fix this problem. san francisco supplies and this power to the island. >> the use of lights is about 30 to four years. the electorate in a structure is about 680 years old. was out there is just old.
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>> city officials that if they have someone on standby to respond to these outages. some of these areas will be getting new escalation of this should help with the power outages. >> city officials want to stop the federal government from taking over the oakland police department. >> attorneys have found for federal takeover of oakland police department because they stated that the city is moving too slow to implement court ordered-- >> we do not think it is necessary. >> it would be inappropriate and, on a printed to bring an outsider to run the entire department. >> we are happy with the progress that we have made. what we're doing now is that
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we are willing to step up and to make sure that will accelerate this. >> the city wants to create new positions. a compliance director and assistant chief. >> he would be a high level person that will be committed to working with compliance is only. the compliance director will work with us and real-time to ensure that we're moving forward. >> this is not good enough according to the best-he stated that he has weighed over nine years for them to comply. he stated that there has been a lot will many statements but as the end of the day they have not done and done. unless the police compliance has full authority it is unacceptable. >> both sides will make their arguments before a federal judge on december 13th. at that time the judge
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would either decide on the spot or he will roll at a later time. >> an east bay community is showing their support for the family of a chp officer that was gunned down in the line of duty. they held him andt was organized about the contra accountcosta peace environment. all the money that was collected will go to the family. he was shot to death in september when he made a routine traffic stop. his widow appeared at the event. she stated that she appreciates all the support. >>
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>> american airlines' have reached an agreement with their pilots. this deal was addressed due to pilot concerns. the airline filed for bankruptcy in november and they're trying to cut costs. during the negotiation process--only 59 percent of their flights arrived on time. 1400 flights or also canceled. this is also due to pilots calling in sick. >> in new york the lady liberty is finally shining again. for the first time since super storm sandy you
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concede it is shining. the statue is still close to do to storm damage. they do not have any estimate of when it will be opened up. >> the ceo of the waffle house is under investigation. a female employee accused him of forcing her to perform sex acts. the woman allegedly stated that the ceo has been harassing her for the past 10 years. she stated that he made her perform sex acts under conditions of her employment. she resigned in june and she went to police three months later. there have been no official charges filed against him yet. >> president obama spoke out about the looming fiscal cliff. will have this report coming up. >> we are looking at the san mateo bridge where traffic is moving nice and easy. ♪
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>> it is now 8:30 a.m.. >> this is 80 at truckee and there is fresh snow that hit overnight. about 2 ft. of snow is up there. some of the ski resorts are open. they're quite happy about this. >> satellite and radar shows that we're still san lettering snow showers. as for us the rain has pushed southward and it is out of our area. sunny skies. it has been a really cold start for the morning. as for that
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afternoon sunny skies and mild temperature. the frost advisory is still an affect to about tomorrows 8:00 a.m.. >> santa rosa is sitting at 33 degrees and mid 40's is for the bottle. the redwood city is already sitting in the '50s. we will get up to the upper 50s for east bay shore. we will take a look at the north bay and was see 60's in that area. we do have more showers headed our way and i will tell you about that in just a bit. >> president obama is sticking to his gun. he stated that he would not accept a plan to revert to the fiscal cliff. he stated that it needs to have a balanced approach. he stated
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that in order to reduce the deficit congress must combined spending cuts with spending rebels. he stated that this means asking the wealthy to spend more in taxes. >> i refuse to accept any reproached that is not balanced. how i would ask students, the middle class or the elderly to pay down the deficit. this was a central question that was in the election on tools that we found out majority of the americans agree with this approach. >> john banner stated that congress should not raise taxes on--the president is expected to a meeting with congressional leaders next week. >> a finance professor stated that--
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>> the u.s. is set a situation where the choices are not beautiful. >> they would be really hard headed if they did not come to an agreement. >> they could let it go but then we would have a recession and higher unemployment the only positive is that the deficit will go down. >> no agreement would just for the highlight the dysfunction. we are so strong about our policies individually what we are democratic or republican. we would rather go into a recession that to compromise. >> increasing taxes and making money-saving changes. it is it tough reality.
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>> the fun days are over and no one like these choices but you have to eventually say that it is time to get my finances in order. >> we have 53 days to figure it out. >> in national news there has been the announcement that this general is on to step down as a cia agent. he sent a letter this stated that he admitted to having an affair. he stated that he showed poor judgment and that his behavior is unacceptable for a husband and the leader of the cia. the fbi is going to investigate if there was any security breaches. he was sworn in as head of the cia in september 2000 and 11. he will be replaced as the active director. >> some say that this controversy go and some of
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them state that-- >> this is said to be the first for the nation. >> there are many people walk and run the city who are battling between their physical anatomy and what they consider themselves. san francisco will be the first city of the country to offer and pay for transit gender surgeries. this is recognized by both the medical and psychiatric a minute. >> all we are doing is that we're offering this with people with this conoco condition. the cost varies on what surgery that the person needs. it can go as high as 35,000 or 50,000. alternately improving the health care and quality of life for people in search of
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the sector mayes and gentle reconstructions are what's in focus. >> for them to know that there are services that are available will hopefully increase their trust in the system. >> there will be an education component and readiness assessment for individuals and preoperative services. the surgery's themselves and polls are active servers. the uninsured and insured who are enrolled in this plan are eligible. >> our focus will be on helping san francisco patients so that they can get qualified first. the department of public health goal is to have this program up a run by 2013. >> still ahead there is multiple casualties in syria who responded to an explosion. >>
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>> an explosion into a serious areas have calls injuries. the target it forces and these explosions were started because of clashes. >> thousands of muslims are demonstrating in the egyptian capital. there are demanding that the constitution--conservative stated that they want the ruling of the islamic law to be the main focus. some fear that this will limit-- >> the vatican court
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convicted a computer technician because he leaked confidential information. he was gone guilty of helping a butler still documents and they have corruption about-- the butler is serving an 18 month prison sentence and the other man is only receiving two months. >> it is a 40 1:00 a.m.. >>8:41 a.m.. >> we will take a look at the new james bond movie coming.
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>> this is an a new show, the that is opening up. this is a show that has a lot to do with street kids and
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former soldiers. this is a children's charity that he has co-founded. that will benefit from the show and this is quite an amazing show. he will tell us about it with the help of the gallery owner. >> it is so good to have you both here. >> so you went to the condo to get these pictures?. yes >> we went in april and the worker to different organizations in. this dough with children in orphanages and former shot soldiers. we ran to large we're dealing with about 60 children at a time. there were painting
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and they did class u classes. we did everything and we've teamed up with a nonprofit organization. we incorporate symbolism and images of the environment. >> these colors are abstract of the combo flag. how old were these children? >> from seven years old to about 50 years old.15 years old >> what we see at the gallery? >> we have put together
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eight oil paintings and for mixed for breastworks. more importantly the most special than about this is the installation. we had the help of about 15 employees who were involved hoping him all week and they are helping him construct this completely-- >> we have five days to put this out and this is completely a whole environment of photography and sounds areas where you can hear things. this is
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like a sensory experience more than just an exhibition were your watching or looking at paintings. >> why, though.she met a friendf mine and he was in the arts. we provide were places where children are not having any ability to do this. >> the show opens at white wall gallery from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 this evening. you can go to can go to white walls
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dot cowhitewall.com >> we have sky and sky wall. this is a new james bond movie. he has a perfect cast and this time his loyalty checks and. one that i do love about this fetish roles-as you have this he comesm and james caan has to save
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her. they are born to be trying to still hard drives and the has good special effects. youfinally gave the story out of four has because i did not think this was the best james bond movie. he does not look happy, he is still depressed. this is not the greatest but you are pretty good time watching that. >> next hour are will look at the movie lincoln as well as interviewing some girl scouts. >> we have this live look outside and we have been following this pitcher for some time this morning. it continues to be clear and bright. >> we have monday off for a lot of folks. >> you're absolutely right it will be a beautiful
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weekend and it is a cool star for the weekend. you concede a lot sunshine as outside and we do have a frost device 3 but it has now been lifted. it looks like it will be a warm start to our next workweek. looks like we will have showers heading our way for mitt week. >> this frosty advisory is still an affect for about 8:00 a.m. tomorrow for certain areas. it is still only 33 degrees in santa rosa and low 40's for napa. redwood city is currently showing just 44 degrees. we will set the clock ahead to about 10:00 a.m. and we are expecting wide spread 50s. into noontime--for those who headed out this evening it will vehicle one and temperatures will drop
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mainly to the '40's. you will want to carry a jacket with you. >> there will be some 60's for the north bay but the rest of us was the upper 50s. 59 degrees for san jose this afternoon. things will warm-up as we finish off the week and your holiday will be made 60's. [ female announcer ] this is the story of eves.
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>> fataking someone who was color deficient and taken them on a war crime. there has always been a high moment where they turn a look that's something and they want to know whether not this flower is by late. this are noticing that they can see stop signs clearly 567 minutes away. >> there are about to release color enhancing sunglasses and these may be a prescription or just regular sunglasses. >> when you put these glasses on the war will look enhance. these sunglasses and technology behind will benefit anyone not just color blind people. that took me for a walk and they
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let me look to the special lenses to see if i noticed it then. >> when i look through these i was very amazed. it was like seeing colors the way they're supposed to look. the pop and they stood out. they felt a deeper and writer and thinker. it was beautiful. colors were enhanced and was like a see better. i wish i could show you what it was like. it does not translate to the cameras topics. you have to wear these glasses to experience it. it will make every think better with you are driving, walking or driving. for more information you could go on kron 4 dock come. >> still to come on kron 4 there is a storm that brought fresh snow and would tell you haul gas prices are continuing to drop. >> here is a look from among
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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> welcome back. police are searching for a shooting suspect after they received a suspicious phone call associated with the shooting of a woman. >> it is looking gorgeous. >> and let me tell you up a great movie to tell you about and it is about abraham lincoln. steven spielberg's new film and
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here she is, the " got milk " sign. the girls scouts the new generation of girls scouts. their new campaign. >> it will be great to learn about that. let us take a live look outside at san francisco it is nice. and i understand that there is a frost advisory that has already been cancelled. >> cold, crisp, janu. >> good morning it is chilly the frost advisory is still in effect for the delta and certainly for the north bay mountains. this is a look at the south bay with stills and showers to the sierras indicated by the blue on your screen. as for our areas it is a dry and sunny. the golden gate bridge is beautiful. and really cold some areas are below freezing like santa rosa. with another mild
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today and mostly clear skies with chilly towards this evening. there is the frost advisory and it remains in effect along the delta. that will not expire until tomorrow. as for right now it is slowly warming. 39 degrees in santa rosa. 40's through the peninsula. still, a bit chilly with 50s in the east bay or the inland areas. as for this coastal afternoon amid 50s. and 60s in napa. and as well as novado and we do have another round of showers headed this way. for now, we are going to go back to isabel. >> new this morning this shooting happened just before 7 at the lonely court he died at the scene.
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so far, there been no suspects identified in san jose police are looking for a man suspected of killing a woman and fleeing the murder scene. the 50 year-old is identified as troy nosenzo... who could be driving a silver rattle 8l 70015 he is suspected of killing a woman and then fleeing the murder scene. he could be driving a gray chevy silverado. this is the 41st homicide of san jose this year. >> >> this asian man is believed to have tried to get this growth and his car.
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they say that this is not the first time there has been a stranger in this neighborhood. >> it is very scary. i always tell my children to be careful and be aware of their surroundings. they'd never really know. you do not swat something happening. the fremont community is on alert after a suspicious person approach the 15 year-old girl and it's not the first time police say this team was on her way to john f. kennedy high school in fremont. he tried to get her into his vehicle described as an asian male or early 20s heavy build short dark hair mid 1990's sure every suburban. this stranger danger has been alerted by parents. >> meanwhile walnut creek police are investigating a kidnapped that involved a pg&e worker a 57 year-old was taken wednesday night and she was leaving the
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chaises business park in walnut creek. two men came up to her and forced her inside her car. the suspects then made it the woman tried to different atms or the attempted to get money. eventually dropping her off in the oakland hills. and older dark pick up truck was seen leaving the area pg&e officials say that more security to the business park and have notified employees about the incident to authorities are trying to use surveillance video that could help. take a look at the recent gas prices. one driver talking about these, i could probably use this for refusing to the movies $3.84. and you can travel a lot more san jose was $3.84. it was previously, $4.60 65.
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and finally, trouble a is showing that it is the lowest since on july 21st, aaa reports $3.46 a gallon. this red bull flo otag... these are man made air board votes that eventually and in the water it begins today at >> there is some much effort for not a lot of production. i wondered how long it takes that long for them to come up with that idea. flugtag.. >> there is no snow here this live look at the bay bridge approach a beautiful
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blue sky. just a little bit cold we will be back.
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>> this afternoon there could be a ski resort opening up in anticipation of a three day weekend boreal will open at 3:30 and tomorrow, from 9:00 a.m.- 9:00 p.m.. >> fresh snow on the sierras could present road hazards. and charles clifford has a look at the road conditions in the mountains. >> after almost 24 hours of heavy snowfall the skies near lake tahoe are cleared but it is clearing. take a look 50 caltran interstate- 80 at the donner summit. you can see snow along the roadways. these are from friday afternoon there are boat restrictions along 80.
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you must have a 4 x 4 or tire chain laws between it done alike interchange and kingvale. and also be tire chains are being checked for trucks between applegate and westbound at truckee. this is near squaw appellate a few miles north of lake tahoe. with new inches reported and they're even making more snow. finally, this is heavenly they are also making snow. heavenly is reporting 36 in. of snowfall in the last 48 hours. if the weather cooperates, most of the ski resorts around lake tahoe are going to be opened or hoping to be open by thanksgiving or early december. >> this long area o--era...
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journalist hanging up the microphone, belva. davis...
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the and welcome back we are taking a live look at the golden gate bridge at 9:14 >> it no longer looks cold if that makes any sense. it went from a 50 degrees, to 54 degrees. >> is starting to warm up we are out of the 30's and now for most of us from the mount you pamt. view-tam cam a gorgeous day. pretty similar today with a chilly start but sunshine. and also nice with warmer conditions but we do have showers into our
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direction by midweek 44 currently, nearly 50 degrees in san jose. by noon the, widespread 50s and 60s in the north bay. with that screened on your screen and as for the afternoon highs 50s and 60s. for those headed out it is going to be and other cool evening. temperatures in the 40's. upper 50s through antioch, livermore. and low 60s and los gatos. 61 in napa. and upper 50s in richmond and vallejo wheld57 degrees expected in san francisco your kron 4 7 day around the bay low 60s
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expected along the coast. with changes coming 9:16. >> as one of the longest serving journalists in the country. she spent nearly 20 years here at kron and totally over 50 years. in the bay area. belva davis has reported at kron, kpix, dkia radio... the sun reporter new paper. and she was the first african american women to report on the west coast. jeff pierce and pam morore spoke. to her. belva davis.. >> what to love about having to have worked in the bay area? >> i love it because the bay area would have me
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back. nothing better than having a romance. when i started in the business i was often asked i was mistaken for a domestic woman in a fancy hotel more than once. i've worked with people that did not want to walk on the street with the, photographers that were not yet ready to deal with being in a mixed race couple. there are tender moments, gender.. racial moments, journalistic moments. they are all part of make you who you are. 1964. one of the most famous conventions in modern times. >> you were working for black radio. >> totally segregated. >> for the president former -- eisenhower he said something and it set something off. the news media or the only the dixiecrats... him. and they
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scared everybody up into silence and they came against my news director and myself. they drove us away for safety. you know that if this is in a dangerous situation i did not even know if the guards would respond to oversee the to protect us. i knew that i had to survive in this environment. it was stopped the draft, stop the war, it was free speech, it was organization by unions and teaching assistants. all of the various studies and and out of that came with the women's movement. the media was so important to tell america how about the changes that were taking place. it was absolutely exhilarating. i never doubted that i was not doing what i should have been doing. the trip to africa wiz kro with kron was a w
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level of a troublesome for me >> every day thousands of people in a new-level of journalism for me. >> to be the only american journalist in that city to to the aftermath. of the bombing of the american embassies>> the place where the bomb went off. >> is so important to seek thousands of people injured that people were still needing things and hospitals and we had the opportunity to tell the world about it. i could go on the road and tow cou the marbles about- count-the marbles living in is geography. that show a lot of caring. it is so many things that i've watched happened. that i thought, wow! you say to yourself you are lucky to be here. >> for 49 years she has been married ... to photojournalist, bill moore.. she is retiring from news but her community service continues . the major celebration is
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planned and february. she will join us and the studios tomorrow morning. to look at this wonderful, magnificent woman. also, she is an author. >> she finally came out with that book. it will be fun to talk to her. coming up, why residents on treasure island are feuding over power issues. >> meanwhile this live look outside. this is san jose. the brown hills of san jose. a little bit of rain fall but we are going to see some cold weather but bright skies. we will be back
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>> as many as 40 power outages in the last year >> treasure island is a part of san francisco but has been in the shadow of the mainland since the navy pulled out in the late 90s. the like. >> the city of san francisco provides electricity for the island but the causes are numerous. >> the infrastructure is very old of their and age is often a cause of outage but there are also birds that could interfere with the overhead lines and tree limbs back in overt interfere so it is a bit of a mixture. the normal age for electricity infrastructure of the city is 40 years some of those out there are 60-80 years old rented their own generators because the power is so unreliable that that is not the same that it is a quality of life and to save the issue. residents>> the city of san francisco say that they have crews here 24-7. with a major is difficult when nothing works. and with the attorneys have
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called for the oakland police department with the city moving too slow of federal requirements to preen in outdoor sources to manage the oakland police department because of police misconduct. >> we are staffing up and making sure that we're selli accelerating everything each task. >> the city once to create two different positions in the department a compliant director and an assistant chief. >> to one would be a high level person in the police department. and the other which be a compliance director at could work with us and real time. to make
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sure that we're moving forward, expeditiously. there but not good enough who is called for the federal takeover after waiting nine years for full compliance. he says there is been a lot of well-meaning statements but the end of the day they have not gotten it done. unless the police compliance officer has full authority to hire and fire the command staff including the chief, it is unacceptable. both sides will make their arguments before a federal judge on december 13th at that time the judge will either make a decision on the spot or will rule at a later time. at police headquarters, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> more to come. we will have more on the growing frustration on the east coast. they are fed up with slow storm recovery efforts.
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bridge. it is clearing slowly perhaps just having a pleasant saturday. a little cool but nice. >> it is a beautiful start. a bit crisp but it is november. and jonathajanu >> we are still seeing some lingering showers but these are expected to see a dry afternoon. and a beautiful day. we did it start off in the 30's in the 40's but mostly clear and mild. into the evening it will be clear and chilly. taking a look at the watches and warnings we are still seeing a trust advisory along the delta. that will remain into effect until tomorrow until 8:00 a.m. and another cool morning expected with chilly
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conditions like santa rosa. and is starting to warm up slowly through novado, san francisco. 54 degrees in redwood city. the afternoon highs will bring us 50s bay- area wide. for the north bay getting to about 60s in san francisco. and 60s in napa your full forecast coming up. for now, we're going back to marty. >> reality is starting to set an after the cleanup after the storm is going to take much longer in some areas. >> do you want to hear what i have to say? >> anger, frustration, despair they are demanding to know why this remains dark. >> i cannot get power heat, garbage, nothing.
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>> workers from the long island power are visible they still cannot seem to get the electricity back. the governor has threatened to pull the company's operating license. >> we paid them and give them a franchise because i represented themselves as experts as to invest. and they felt. they should be held accountable they- failed -- >> at this baptist church near a housing complex the volunteers are trying to keep up morale and serve hot meals. the trains are still not running this far out. if into it feels like martial law. it is difficult, to even see out in the streets. it is dark. the mechanic gonzales a registered nurse is now in his living room. kenneth-gonzales.
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>> if somebody comes in here with guns what am i supposed to do it is like armageddon. but just forgot about us. of order going to survive? >> new this morning. boosted by his reelection he is sticking to its guns that will not accept the plan for physical clip it does not include a balanced approach. and his weekly media address he says in order to reduce the deficit they must combine spending cuts with generating revenue. that means asking the wealthy to ask and pay a little bit more taxes >> i will not asked students, seniors or middle- class families to pay down the entire deficit while people making over $208,000 per year are not asked to pay a dime. and on tuesday
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we found out that a majority agreed that on democrats, independents and even republicans. to wonder if the $8,000le making that america-$250,000 per year -- of income should pay more taxes. they are expected to meet with congressional leaders next week. and national news a stunning announcement the announcement of david petraeus... has resigned as cia director. this is unacceptable as a husband and the leader of an organization. the fbi is investigating any potential security risks. he is a retired u.s. army general and served as the top u.s. commander in afghanistan, the roc a iraq and deputy cia
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michael...morelle was replaced. >> this ceo of waffle house has been a victim of sexual harassment. and in a statement to atlanta police the woman alleges ceo joseph rogers has been a recipfor 10 years. caressing her --. the woman resigned from her job in june and went to the police for months later. no official charges have been filed against rogers. >> american airlines has reached an agreement in principle with its pilots.
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saying the deal addresses most pilots' concerns. the air line filed for bankruptcy last november and is trying to cut costs. it has struggled but delayed flights, cancellations only 59 percent of their flights arrived on time in nearly 1400 flights. also, the jet blue fiasco pilot is free today after a rant about terrorists forced an emergency landing back in the month of march. capt. clayton osbum stormed out of the cockpit on the flight from new york to los angeles. he started screaming about al qaeda and claim the plane was going to go down. a co-pilot landed the plane early in amarillo, texas. he is later found " not guilty " by reason of insanity on federal charges. they claim the airline knew he was not mentally fit to
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>> and world news this suicide bomber target richmond forces with clashes between the sharwith twin
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explosions in a southern the syrian city had killed and wounded dozens of security troops. the blasts today were caused by two suicide bombers they targeted regimen forces in the city the explosions were followed by clashes but when regimen forces and ro rebels fighting to topple president bashar assad. also, thousands of ultraconservative muslims are demonstrating in the egyptian capital for the new constitution to be based on the rulings of atomic cloislami. --this highlights the controversy about the role of religion in shaping egypt's future. ultraconservatives what islamic law to be part of the legislation. >> also, the vatican court
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is convicted and a computer technician in the theft of confidential people documents. he was the butler that is now serving a 80 month prison scar peletti.. he received a two month suspended sentence. >> coming up jijan wahl with girl scouts ♪
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nature at its most delicious. >> it might seem only yesterday that this feisty girl scout made an impression in california when she got the coveted " got milk " campaign. it has been 15 years and makin weather from the original ad joins us. maki maki meghan weawr welcome, ladies. meghan webber. >> were you the most popular girl on the block when this came out? and i think i was the most popular because i had the cookies. [laughter] the cookies. and other things that you learned about multiplication tables
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and girl scouts. there were $3 per piece. and now, with inflation they are even a little bit more. you got this, this is really a great thing to get. this was a national ad. i think it is so cute. >> it was a national and the great thing about it is that the value of " got milk " they go together so well. and i think that it is great and have a partnership for 15 years. and they want to do the new campaigning with the new generation of crosscuts. >> the girls will have the opportunity to with a new opportunity to send in a photograph, with a creative caption and how they can become strong, courageous confidently on my bed. we are really excited courageous, confidently,-young women. --
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>> with milken cookies of course but what is so great is how it is no discrimination and the girl can get into crosscuts. it is wonderful and it is career and the girl can go into -- girl scouts. i even received a right teenraiding bac riding writing badge of honor. >> i met with people that were top of their field and media, marketing, math, science, technology. and i knew how to ask them that your job sounds really interesting what did you major and? wright 82 ambition. >> correct. and it teaches ambitions and it teaches
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girls connecting with mentors that they do not have to know exactly what they want to do today. most women have curving career paths on where they have ended up but the willingness to step up with character into the deep end and i think they hear over and over to be strong, beat courageous and follow your dream. that is really important for them to hear. the car reaches. >> that is what we be courageous. >> loved it! hats off here is how you can be part of the photo contest until december 17th. they get a billboard ad and scholarships. for more information go to got to melt .cogot milk .com/news. thak
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you somite thin is so much. ands steven spielberg this is an amazing review of the movie " lincoln ". and i'm is going to say the truth that steven spielberg took one episode of the life of abraham lincoln. and to vote " yes' on the 13th amendment to end slavery and also and the civil war. he was trying to negotiate the peace with the self. it was written by tony kirschner from a team of rivals. this is anchored by a remarkable performance by daniel day lewis. and we see this complications of humanity. even his back woods humor is at play. other performances that make this a must see including sally field and tommy
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lee jones. and it is a four hats. this is lincoln. i gave only three had to the new james bond movie is worth seeing but it is not one of the great ones i hope they come back with something a little bit more humor and fun. >> back to you, isabel and marty. >> i was a girl scout but i cannot remember cookies. >> a quick like to use multiplication. count one a, eat one cookie. >> let us take a look outside with nice blue skies. i think it is crisp. you are correct it is still cold. the satellite and radar showing that over the last couple of days it is moved out of our area. with beautiful, blue skies and it
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is cold. this frost advisory for the north bay still remains into effect along the delta. tomorrow, will be another cold day with warmer start to the workweek. but another round of showers. tracking the temperatures a little bit chilly in the santa rosa, 39 degrees. low 40's for novado, san francisco, and 49 degrees for fairfield antioch and as we go for by noon, with indicated light colors showing 50s and 60s. if you're going out this evening it is going to be chilly. you may want to carry a jacket. taking a look at the highs with me in the 50s. 59 degrees in antioch. cooler near half moon bay. and 60 degrees in los gatos showers coming our
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way. 9:52 >> this the york city lady liberty is finally shining bright after super storm sandy. maybe it helped with some of the morrell but it did its part and also closed because of the storm damage. no estimate when the visitors will be able to go back. >> you can see it but just not get there. stay with us.
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>> a fund-raiser was held last night for youngstrom with over 100 people turned up. all of the proceeds collected will go to the family. he was shot to death during a routine traffic stop. on interstate 680 near alamo. the whittle attended the of bed and says she appreciates all of the support. >> we want to leave you with one last check of the weather. people are going to be out and about. again, that is going to be cold. we are going to change from clear, cold, on the seven day forecast to showers.
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clear and wet. >> and here is our favorite picture of the day. flut ag..at mcuvey cove the red bull fugutg this consists of 33 teams launching human powered flying machines. plunging into the cold waters. celebrity judges will be based on distance, creativity at showmanship. flugtag... orville and wilbur... [laughter] i think it is so much fun. and on that note we're born to wrap things up thank you for joining us. and we are going to be joining us and thank you tomorrow. speaking
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with bela davis.. tomorrow to.
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